IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
aonach1, m. (gs. -aigh, pl. -ntaí).1. Fair. ~ beithíoch, eallaigh, stoic, cattle fair. ~ capall, caorach, horse, sheep, fair. Lá aonaigh, fair day. Ar an ~, at the fair. S.a. gabhar11. 2. Assembly. Fear ó ~, man far from friends; stray person. Bhídís ar ~ is ar oireachtas le chéile, they went everywhere together. S.a. bó2.
aonach2, m. (gs. -aigh). Fury, rage. Tá ~ (agus)buile air, he is in a towering rage. ~ a dhéanamh, to make a scene.
IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Ag an aonach, ag an Aifreann, at the fair, at Mass.
~ aonaigh, margaidh, fair-, market-, ground.
Ar scoil, ar an aonach, ar an Aifreann, at school, at the fair, at Mass.
Bhí sé ag ~t leis chun an aonaigh, he was driving cattle, on his way (with cattle), to the fair.
~ aonaigh, margaidh, fair, market, town.
~ páirce, aonaigh, entrance to field, to fair.
Aonach ~, brisk (trading at) fair.
Bualadh chun poirt, chun an aonaigh, to make for port, set off for the fair.
Cé acu aonach nó margadh atá ann? Which is it, a fair or a market?
Dul ~ an aonaigh, na cathrach, na gcruinnithe, to go to the fair, to the city, to the meetings.
Aonach, cruinniú, a chomóradh, to convene a fair, a gathering.
I g~ an lae, an tsamhraidh, an aonaigh, in the middle of the day, of summer, of the fair.
~ aonaigh, centre of attraction, cynosure.
Chuimil sé liom ar an aonach, he rubbed shoulders with me at the fair.
Aonach Tailteann, Feis Teamhrach, a dhéanamh, to hold the Fair of Teltown, the Feis of Tara.
Ba dheas mo ghnó ar aonach! What business would I have at a fair?
Rinne sé ~ mór ar an aonach, he loitered a long time at the fair.
~adh aonach leo, a fair was held by them.
Bhí ~ ón aonach leis, he brought a present from the fair.
Ní raibh ~ san aonach, there was not a stir at the fair.
Bhí sé ag ~t i lár an aonaigh, he was calling out in the middle of the fair.
Mura mbeadh agat ach ~ bí i lár an aonaigh leis, don’t hide your light under a bushel.
~ aonaigh, margaidh, fair-, market-, day.
~ an urláir, na páirce, an aonaigh, the middle of the floor, of the field, of the fair.
Tá an t-aonach i ~, the fair is over.
~ chun an aonaigh, chuig an damhsa, iad, let them go to the fair, to the dance.
2. ~ (aonaigh), fair-ground.
~ an aonaigh, star of assembly.
Ba é an ~ ban ar aonach é, he attracted the women wherever he went.
~ aonaigh, fancy fair; side-show.
Bhí ~ chun aonaigh air, he was in a hurry to get to the fair.
Thug sé na ba chun an aonaigh, he took the cows to the fair.
Ag ~t ar an aonach, making for the fair.
Ní raibh aon ~ ar aonach na míosa seo, this month’s fair was not very highly rated.
Dul ar aonach, ar shochraid, ar scoil, to go to a fair, to a funeral, to school.
Bhíomar ag dul thart ~d an aonach, we were going about through the fair.